In 1993, Morris Kight spoke with Peter Nardi and David Sanders for their book (written with Judd Marmor) Growing Up Before Stonewall (Routledge, 1994). Here are few snippets, the entire interview can be found in their book,
Morris talked about the "bad old days," as
he called them. He discussed the historical uselessness of psychiatry to
homosexuals. He also discussed sex and guilt. In a rare moment, he talks about his own, very
brief, experience with guilt.
This is Morris Kight [#2]